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Okemah School accepts property from donor

Okemah School accepts property from donor By R. L. Thompson The Okemah School Board met in regular meeting on November 13 to discuss a full agenda including hiring personnel and accepting property from a donor. Board members Jason Bean, Randy Colbert, Jim Bill Copeland, J.C. Haddox and Bert Robison were all present. Following the approval…

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October Allocation of Alcoholic Beverage Tax

October Allocation of Alcoholic Beverage Tax The Board of Okfuskee County Commissioners approved the monthly distribution of the allocation of alcoholic beverage tax totaling $10,730.25 for the cities and towns in Okfuskee County during the November 13 meeting. The distribution is authorized by Title 37A-5-104 regarding the distribution of excise tax revenue collected on alcoholic…

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Oklahoma National Guard Museum hosts annual Veterans Day ceremony

Oklahoma National Guard Museum hosts annual Veterans Day ceremony OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma National Guard’s Office of Public Affairs invites all local media to the annual Veterans Day ceremony at the Oklahoma National Guard Museum, formerly known as the 45th Infantry Division Museum. The ceremony will take place on Saturday, November 11 at 10…

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October Sales Tax Disbursements Up for Okemah and Okfuskee County

October Sales Tax Disbursements Up for Okemah and Okfuskee County October Use Tax Disbursements Up for Okemah and Okfuskee County By Alanna Bradley ONL Reporter The report for sales and use tax disbursements for October 2023 was released by the Oklahoma Tax Commission recently. The disbursements reflect local tax revenue receipts from August 2023 business.…

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Battle of Honey Springs

Battle of Honey Springs Battle of Honey Springs Education Day on Friday, November 3, kicks off a history-based educational weekend for families and students alike. On this day, students from schools across the state and the general public will have the opportunity to explore numerous education stations teaching topics related to the Civil War in Indian…

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Global Tensions Keep Falling Gas Prices from Gaining Momentum

Global Tensions Keep Falling Gas Prices from Gaining Momentum This Week The national average for a gallon of gas dipped by only four cents since last week to $3.51. Despite slackening demand, the pace of falling gas prices is being held up by the cost of oil, which is hovering in the mid-$80s per barrel.…

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SSC Military and Veteran Resource Fair on the Horizon

SSC Military and Veteran Resource Fair on the Horizon Seminole State College will host its inaugural Military and Veteran Resource Fair on Nov. 3 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Utterback Ballroom, located inside the Enoch Kelly Haney Center. The event will feature 29 local and regional organizations on-site to assist active members…

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Gasoline prices in Oklahoma have fallen 14.0 cents in the last week

Average gasoline prices in Oklahoma have fallen 14.0 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.20/g today, according to GasBuddy’s survey of 2,294 stations in Oklahoma. Prices in Oklahoma are 51.6 cents per gallon lower than a month ago and stand 21.5 cents per gallon lower than a year ago. The national average price…

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